US: Crailar fibre edges closer to full phase production
By Leonie Barrie | 15 March 2012
Naturally Advanced Technologies Inc, producer of the Crailar fibre made from flax and other bast fibres, is getting closer to its first full phase of production and says improvements in its cycle time open up new opportunities for third-party manufacturing.
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